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**In Young’s double slit experiment, the phase difference between the two waves reaching at the location of the third dark fringe is **

### Options

(a) π

(b) 3π/2

(c) 5π

(d) 3π

### Correct Answer:

3π/2

### Explanation:

The phase difference in young’s double slit experiment, ɸ=nπ/2

Here, n=3

ɸ=3π/2

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Subject: Physics
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